Socializing Your Puppy in a COVID-19 World

Socializing Your Puppy in a COVID-19 World

COVID-19 has turned the world upside down and inside out. People with new puppies are told the first several months of socialization for a puppy are critical if they want a well adjusted puppy. However with the current pandemic people have been asked to socially...
Update on COVID-19 and Our Pets

Update on COVID-19 and Our Pets

The day after I posted my initial blog on COVID-19 in relation to our pets, WHO declared this novel coronavirus to be a pandemic. Shortly after that, Canadians were asked to socially distance from people outside of our immediate household and stay at or work from home...

COVID-19 Notice

Updated COVID-19 Blogs – April 5th, 2020 If you have questions about the latest updates surrounding COVID 19 and your pet please check out our two new blogs written by our very own Dr. Loretta Yuen on this website under blogs. One of them is a very informative...
Amherst Vet Hospital prepares for Halloween

Amherst Vet Hospital prepares for Halloween

Halloween is a favorite festive time for many, filled with candies and costumes. For our four legged friends however, it can be a dangerous and stressful time of year. Halloween presents an array of hazards, which can be easily avoided to ensure a safe and happy...
In the News…Grain Free Diets

In the News…Grain Free Diets

Grain free diets and its association with heart disease in dogs has recently made the news. Last week the US FDA made an announcement to alert pet owners and veterinarians about reports of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs fed grain free diets. DCM is a serious and...
Parvo virus in the news

Parvo virus in the news

Parvovirus has made the news again in Vancouver recently, as several puppies from the downtown area have died from the infection. Here is the recent news article on the subject.Symptoms of the disease include lack of energy, vomiting and diarrhea. It is a virus that...
Amherst Veterinary Hospital Discusses Internal Parasites

Amherst Veterinary Hospital Discusses Internal Parasites

Spring is here in Vancouver! The sun is shining, dogs and cats are running in the grass, cherry trees are blooming, and the eggs are waiting…That’s right; parasites are excited about spring too! Now that your pets are spending more time outside, there are a few things...
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